• FRESH GARLICFRESH GARLIC Quick View
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    • FRESH GARLIC

    • Garlic grows underground in the form of a bulb. (Its long green shoots produce flower stalks called scapes, which can be eaten.) Covered in an inedible papery skin, the bulb, or head as it is more often referred to, comprises individual sections called cloves, and there can be anywhere from 10 to 20 cloves per head. These cloves are themselves…
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  • FRESH GINGERFRESH GINGER Quick View
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    • FRESH GINGER

    • Ginger has a place with a similar family as turmeric and cardamom. Local to South-east Asia, India and China, ginger is an indispensable part of the area's eating regimen, and is esteemed for its aromatic, culinary and medicinal properties.
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  • Fresh OkraFresh Okra Quick View
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    • Fresh Okra

    • Some of the time called “lady's finger,” okra is a blossoming plant with eatable seed cases. It fills best in warm environments and is regularly developed in Africa and South Asia. Okra frequently gets utilized like a vegetable in cooking. You may be acquainted with okra as a fixing in gumbo, for instance. However, not really an easily recognized name…
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    • JAGGERY (CHEMICAL FREE)

    • Jaggery is unrefined natural sugar that is produced without adding any chemicals. More than 70% of the total world jaggery production in India. Jaggery popularly known as the “medicinal sugar” and is nutritionally comparable with honey. It has been used as a sweetener in Ayurvedic Medicine for 3000 years. Indian Ayurvedic medicine considers jaggery to be beneficial in treating throat…
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  • MAIZE (CORN)MAIZE (CORN) Quick View
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    • MAIZE (CORN)

    • Maize (Zea mays L.-“Zea” was derived from an old Greek name for a food grass. The genus Zea consists of four species, of which Zea mays L. is economically important.) is the world’s leading crop and is widely cultivated as cereal grain. It is one of the most versatile emerging crops, having wider adaptability. Globally, maize is known as queen…
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